David Isaac Greenberg, MD
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I speak: English
My gender: Male
Where I practice
I am from Brooklyn, New York. I served in the Army and was transferred to Fort Carson following my training at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. I completed my 2-year obligation in 1978 and started my cardiology practice at that time. I became a doctor because of my interest in science, and I entered cardiology because both my father and father-in-law passed away in the first year of my marriage. I started my practice as a solo practitioner and grew it to a group of 14. I was responsible for starting the open heart surgery program at Memorial Hospital. The most rewarding part of being a doctor is making patients feel better and improving their quality of life.
About my practice
I have devoted my career to identifying patients with heart disease and treating them with both medical therapy and stenting to improve their health and prolong their life. I believe that prevention is the best cardiac intervention. My goal is to identify patients with increased cardiac risk and work with you and our providers to reduce your risk, prevent cardiac events, and improve the quality of your life. I talk directly with you and spend time to make sure you understand the problem and what we can do together to treat the problem and prevent future complications. I conduct diagnostic cardiac testing with echocardiography and stress testing.
How I Thrive
I serve as a board member of the American Heart Association and Memorial Hospital. In addition, I am very involved in the community through the Greenberg Center for Learning and Tolerance to help promote learning, understanding and acceptance that honors the cultural dignity of all humanity.